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Architecture in Macedonia
We’ve selected the best examples of Macedonian buildings. We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Macedonia. The focus is on contemporary Macedonian buildings but information on traditional buildings in Macedonia is also welcome.
We have 1 page of Macedonian Architecture selections with links to individual project pages.
Major Contemporary Macedonia Development Project:
Memorial house Todor Proeski, Krushevo
photograph : Tomislav Georgiev
Memorial house Todor Proeski
Macedonia Singer Who Touched the Hearts of Millions
Located on the Gumenje settlement in Krushevo, Memorial House Todor Proeski is built in memory of late Macedonian singer who died in a car crash 4 years ago. His name means nothing to most of the Europe, but international media reported the sudden death of the 26 year-old pop star which plunged the Balkans into mourning.
The news of his death was greeted in this Macedonian region with the kind of grief that followed the deaths of Elvis Presley and John Lennon.
Tose Proeski – the idol, the icon, the nightingale with an angelic voice – the young singer, and now his memory, represents the worries, dreams and illusions of the entire nation. One of the most popular pop icons in the entire Balkans region the Macedonian government named an honorary citizen for his exceptional achievements in the arts and humanitarian work.
More Macedonia architecture projects online soon
Developments in countries adjacent to Macedonia
picture © COOP HIMMELB(L)AU
image from SADAR+VUGA
Developments in countries close to Macedonia
CGI : Make
photograph : Engin Gercek
Bosnia and Herzegovina Buildings
rendering : Rok Vettorazzi
picture from 3LHD
photo : Miran Kambič
photo : Tamás Bujnovszky, János Szentiváni, Hans Molenkamp
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